CLEMSON — Clemson University assistant professor Shaundra Daily has been recognized as a 2013 Emerging Scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
Daily — who works in the Human-Centered Computing Division in Clemson’s School of Computing — and 11 other educators were named 2013 Emerging Scholars in this month’s edition of the publication.
The national magazine focuses on matters of access, equality and opportunity in higher education and annually honors educators who are under 40 with proven abilities to lead and inspire.
The magazine said Daily is “an educational technologist whose interdisciplinary training enables her to blend cutting-edge science and engineering with sophisticated pedagogical ideas to design learning technologies.”
Read the entire Diverse Issues article here.
"Dr. Daily is a fast-rising star and we are excited to have her in HCC,” said professor Juan Gilbert, Presidential Endowed Chair in Computing and chairman of the Human-Centered Computing Division. “Her research embodies the true spirit of HCC by integrating people and technology to address societal issues."